Examples from the Web for anyhow
Let him write; he probably understands it all better than I do, anyhow.
Anyhow, they realized, Assad had also lost his legitimacy as a ruler.
Money has clearly never bought Choe happiness, and happiness seems to be of little interest to him anyhow.Facebook Artist David Choe Launches New Gig With Porn Star Asa Akira|Lizzie Crocker|January 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Anyhow, the jobs numbers will be out tomorrow and we'll be done talking about this health-care business for a little while.
The couple had few surviving intimates and confidants, most of whom were unlikely to be truthful in post-Nazi Germany anyhow.New Biography Explores the Life and Myth of Eva Braun|Andrew Roberts|November 10, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Anyhow, Jasper Jay began to sulk as soon as he heard the news.The Tale of Jolly Robin|Arthur Scott Bailey
Anyhow, it is better than being chained to a desk, or growing purblind "poring over miserable books."Brighter Britain! (Volume 1 of 2)|William Delisle Hay
He asked Judge Priest what he—the judge—took him—Witherbee—for anyhow?Back Home|Irvin S. Cobb
But the names didn't look Egyptian, and, anyhow, nobody used hieroglyphics any more—did they?Out Like a Light|Gordon Randall Garrett
Our nautical experts (who had been at sea for three weeks anyhow) opined that it was "steering" for the Diamond Fields.The Siege of Kimberley|T. Phelan
British Dictionary definitions for anyhow
Word Origin and History for anyhow
1740, from any + how (adv.). Unlike the cases of most other any + (interrogative) compounds, there is no record of it in Old or Middle English. Emphatic form any old how is recorded from 1900, American English.